In an attempt to reduce my yarn stash, I have been knitting a few toys. These toys will then be donated to one of the organizations that I make goodies for. My latest project was a giant octopus. Continue reading “Olivia the Giant Octopus”
Can you guess from last week’s Wordless Wednesday post what my most recent knitting project is?
For Christmas I received several skeins of Red Heart Amigurumi yarn. My first knit was this flying bumble bee. I love the idea behind the product. Red Heart created a skein of yarn with all the colors needed to create the amigurumi associated with their free patterns.
In my recent browse through Pinterest I saw a super cute cactus hat, but it was crocheted. I was determined that I could knit one.
Who doesn’t love tacos. They can be made with just about anything – chicken, beef, heck even shrimp (you have got to check out this recipe for Shrimp tacos with strawberry mango salsa). Since they can be eaten with your hands, they are adored by young and old alike. While tacos are yummy, I think I will skip tasting this one and just add my keys and toss it into my bag. Continue reading “Taco Tuesday”
Over the last few years, I have created at least one SWAP to improve my crocheting skills. This year I opted to make these easy-going ewes. Continue reading “God Made EWE Special SWAP”